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Old 03-28-2007, 06:32 AM   #16
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I am also a do it yourselfer, and no self proclaimed expert. I admire the guys and gals here that give up their precious time and expertise, all for the sake of helping their fellow man (or Woman) without looking for compensation or acting like Mr. or Ms. Know- it- all.
So, if you come across someone who is not so friendly maybe they are just having a bad day or maybe they just can't get along with others, or themselves for that matter.....
There really is no need to be mean, unless you are a mean spirited person to begin with.... Then you can't help it, I guess!

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Old 03-28-2007, 07:42 AM   #17
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So, if you come across someone who is not so friendly maybe they are just having a bad day or maybe they just can't get along with others, or themselves for that matter.....
Ha, ha .....

Actually, that's always the first thing that comes to my mind when people are quick to get nasty.... (even outside this forum, people you run into in everday life - like that... )
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I don't for most part chime in and after reading the other threads, figured you covered what needed to be said. When one reads newbie by their name this is misleading as to ones experiences or level one is at, anyone posting here have common ground and interests. In my neck of the woods when something needs building like a garage or addition, we hold an old fashion work bee, all my friends build for themselves, have to. We always pick the guy who is best at laying out, all of us can lay a rafter out as good as he can, but while I'm still figuring and adjusting he's got a template and cutting rafters, so we put him charge of lay out because simply he is better at and the goal is to get it built and built right. My father use to tell me you can't beat a man at his own skill, boy is he right. Something else my father use to say there are no dumb questions just dumb answers.
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Old 03-28-2007, 10:41 PM   #20
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I admire the guys and gals here that give up their precious time and expertise, all for the sake of helping their fellow man (or Woman) without looking for compensation or acting like Mr. or Ms. Know- it- all.
PUHLEASE! Some of us simply have no life. LMAO
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And for those of you guys who have nothing better to do, ya'll can all come over to my house, I can use all the help a gal can get... my whole house needs rebuilding, any volunteers wanna sign up? Many hands makes light work, ya know. Come'on Fellas, Anyone wanna come to Brooklyn, New York, to help a damsel in distress,,
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Listen "RoofWiz" I used the search tool and I did not find exactly what I was looking for. I do help myself and I did not ask anyone to do anything out of the ordinary. I am quite certain I did not force your hands to type or even open this post. I am even more certain that you are in the minority of 'advice givers' on this cite that are annoyed by repeat post. You remind me of people than complain about things on TV and radio. If it upsets you move along not a single person is forcing you to respond to this particular thread.

For everyone else I appreciate that you have the time for the 'little people' known as DIYers to submit your thoughts and suggestions with little to no complaint.
CHanging roof pitch over poarch ?
here's one that sounds pretty close.there was 3 more pages and all I typed into the box was porch.try differant wording.
advice is free take it or leave it.I can't understand why people get so upset when you tell them something obvious.
guess it wasn't the answer you wanted to hear.

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